Got Writer's Block And No Ideas? Try these On For Size.  

rm_talldarkavg1 105M
15586 posts
8/31/2005 1:23 pm
Got Writer's Block And No Ideas? Try these On For Size.

All normal people occasionally encounter writer's block. Notice I said normal people. LMAO, obviously I never suffer from this.

I have more ideas than time. Therefore, I am tossing out a few ideas that need to be addressed in a blog!

Here we go, in no particular order.

1. A concise paper addressing polymorphonuclearcytosis. I know it's been on the tip of everyone's tongue, yet nobody has written about it. Overdue I'd say.

2. Another hot button is how the Doppler Effect applies to Blogville posts. I have noticed a blue shift for weeks. Anyone else picked up on this?

3. A comparative analysis into Quantum Particles. Are they truly merely waves of possibility or are they factual space-time occurrence? Inquiring minds need to know.

4. Another comparative analysis needs to be aimed at the gravitational differences on the surface of a black hole VS the exact center of the structure. Special attention should be given to the actual theory of applied physics under these conditions VS known physics and speculation.

5. Now tell me, who's been talking about Ivan Karamazov? When Dostoevsky created the impossible separation of church and State in Ivan's mind...was this merely a metaphor for the current gas price situations as predicted by this visionary?

6. Will somebody PLEASE explain how to have sex with members of the opposite sex. And NOT family members either.

Glad to be of service!


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itsallfun1957 59M

8/31/2005 2:45 pm

You're too much. Thanks, I needed a good laugh today. Please do not forget "Does fluidics really effect the potential deposition of a positive zygote spray?">>>itsallfun1957


rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
8/31/2005 3:08 pm

Itsallfun...my pleasure. Actually, in reference to your suggestion...you may want to look up the now famous 1969 work by the renowned sex-therapist Dr. Phyllis Upnow addressing that very issue.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
8/31/2005 3:09 pm

LMAO Honni...notes taken.

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DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/31/2005 3:23 pm

lmao...what Honni said. (It was the only one I was going to attempt anyway)


rm_saintlianna 45F
15466 posts
8/31/2005 3:24 pm

I think I felt some brain cells pop when I read that. Thanks, I really needed to lose some more!


rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
8/31/2005 3:49 pm

LMAO DT...this isn't an attempt at a blonde copout thing is it?

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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8/31/2005 3:50 pm

LOL Saint. Ah...am I going to be hearing from your lawyer?

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five_speed 41M

8/31/2005 8:35 pm

damnit. I thought I was on to something before you stipulated no family memners. I am from West Virginia, after all, where everything is relative.

I did read a very interesting paper yesterday that claims a standing harmonic wave between 17 and 19 hertz could be a very viable cause for many ghost sightings. Does that count for anything?


DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/31/2005 9:05 pm

I've told you TD, I can "do" the naive, blonde, southern belle thing very well...complete with accent...a little Texas twang thrown in. If that sort of thing turns you on...(pearly white smile)


BLONDENEEDSSEX 57F

8/31/2005 9:59 pm

Just dropping in to say hi to Darling little Kenny , miss ya, but am keeping up with your antics,keep us laughing and watch the bobbies nudges ?*

{=}Blonde


rm_Balanon2 48M
193 posts
8/31/2005 11:45 pm

I'll tackle #4. The nature of a black hole is to have all its mass condensed into a single point, thus the technical term singularity. It follows logically that the center and the surface are in fact the same point. Thus, there is no difference between the gravitational effects.

I thought you'd ask something difficult. Like which will occur first: peace in the Middle East or my next sexual encounter with a human female? Explain. Give three examples.


luckywithladeez 49M
266 posts
9/1/2005 2:35 am

Sure thing, mzhunyhole's got me in training, so I'll take the first four:

Question 1: Define polymorphonuclearcytosis.

Polymorphonuclearcytosis: An increase in the relative percentage of leukocyte (white blood) cells with divided lobes in the blood stream.

Simple enough!


luckywithladeez 49M
266 posts
9/1/2005 2:36 am

Question 2: Describe how the Doppler Effect applies to Blogville posts.

First, the Doppler Effect defined:
The Doppler effect is the apparent change in frequency or wavelength of a wave that is perceived by an observer moving relative to the source of the waves. For waves, such as sound waves, that propagate in a wave medium, the velocity of the observer and the source are reckoned relative to the medium in which the waves are transmitted. The total Doppler effect may therefore result from both motion of the source and motion of the observer. Each of these effects is analyzed separately.

It is important to realize that the frequency of the sounds that the source emits does not actually change. To understand what happens, consider the following analogy. Someone throws one ball every second in your direction. Assume that balls travel with constant velocity. If the thrower is stationary, you will receive one ball every second. However, if he is moving towards you, you will receive balls more frequently than that because there will be less spacing between the balls. The converse is true if the person is moving away from you. So it is actually the wavelength which is affected; as a consequence, the perceived frequency is also affected.

Applying the Doppler Effect to Blogville posts, as judged by the increased delay between the submission of posts and their subsequent entry in the actual Blog, clearly indicates a shift toward the lower end of the spectrum, a so-called “Red-Shift.” However, as summer comes to a close, accompanied by increased educational responsibilities placed upon the hormone-shifted sector of the general populace, this “Red-Shift” is more than offset by “Blue” factors, thus the apparent “Blue-Shift.”


luckywithladeez 49M
266 posts
9/1/2005 2:38 am

Question 3: A comparative analysis of Quantum particles.

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Quantum Field Theory: A quantum mechanical theory applied to systems that have an infinite number of degrees of freedom. In quantum field theories, particles are represented by fields that have quantised normal modes of oscillation. For instance, quantum electrodynamics is a quantum field theory in which the photon is emitted or absorbed by particles; the photon is the quantum of the electromagnetic field. Relativistic quantum field theories are used to describe fundamental interactions between elementary particles. They predict the existence of antiparticles and also show the connection between spin and statistics that leads to the Pauli exclusion principle. In spite of their success, it is not clear whether a quantum field theory can give a completely unified description of all interactions (including the gravitational interaction).

Quantum Physics: Quantum physics is the physics of the incredibly small. While Newtonian physics can suitably describe the orbit of the planets or the energy transformations during a game of pool, quantum physics describes how electrons surround the nucleus of the atom and other subatomic actions. The difference between Newtonian physics and Quantum physics is that the common (Newtonian) laws of physics begin to deteriorate on truly tiny scales–scales by a factor of 0.000000000000000000000000000000000001.

Thus, Quantum physics tries to explain the behavior of these tiny particles: electrons, protons, and neutrons. Quantum physics even describes the particles that make up these particles! That's right; the model of an atom that you were taught in high school is incomplete. The electrons don't orbit like planets; they form blurred clouds of probabilities around the nucleus. Protons and neutrons? They're each made of three quarks, each with its own 'flavor' and one of three 'colors'. Lets not forget the gluons, the even smaller particles that hold this mess together when they collect and form glueballs (down boy, down!). The reason that quantum physics needs complex math to explain the behaviors and properties of small particles is that the world of these subatomic particles is a very bizarre one, filled with quantum probabilities and organized chaos. For example, the exact position and velocity of an electron is very hard to find because attempts to "see" it involve bouncing other particles off of it. By doing this, you've just changed the electron's velocity, so your data is useless. What quantum physics does is give us the statistical probability of the electron's location at any one moment. By learning how these particles act, scientists can better understand the matter which makes up the universe, and the way it behaves (or misbehaves--this is Barbiebuns' department).

In sum, Quantum Mechanics, by definition, only tells us the probability of a particle’s occurrence in an area of probability, and thus can only be represented by a probabilistic wave, not an actual singular event.


luckywithladeez 49M
266 posts
9/1/2005 2:39 am

Question 4: Compare the gravitational differences on the surface of a black hole vs. the center of the structure.

Background: Evolution of stars

- Clouds of Hydrogen begin condensing into more dense clusters due to gravitation.

- Eventually the density gets high enough that the Hydrogen begins fusing into Helium. This fusion releases energy, mostly in the form of electromagnetic radiation. Our sun is currently in this phase. Note that the gravitational attraction of the matter of the star is trying to make it smaller; and that this is balanced by the radiation pressure that is trying to push the matter outward making the star bigger.

- After about a billion years, the Hydrogen fuel is exhausted. The star starts fusing the Helium into heavier elements. The temperature of the star goes up, causing it to become much bigger. In this phase, the star is called a "red giant."

When this "fuel" is exhausted, there are three possible outcomes, depending on the total mass of the star:

- If the mass of the star is less than about 1.2 solar masses, the star becomes a spinning ball of dead slag, gradually cooling down as it radiates away its thermal energy. It is called a "white dwarf." Its radius is on the order of 5000 km, and the density is about 1 ton per cubic centimeter.

- If the mass of the star is greater than about 1.2 solar masses but less than about 3 solar masses, it goes through the white dwarf phase, but the gravitational attraction is so strong that the protons and electrons get fused into neutrons. Thus we end up with a spinning ball of neutrons, a "neutron star." The radius is on the order of 10 km, and the density is about 100 million tons per cubic centimeter. Astronomers believe that they have discovered many of these neutron stars; one of the best known is in the Crab nebula and is the remnant of a supernova that was seen on Earth in year 1054 of the current era. They "see" them because as they spin they emit a sweep of radiation, which we observe has having a regular periodicity. Thus before we knew they were neutron stars they were called "pulsars."

- If the mass of the star is greater than about 3 solar masses, it goes through the neutron star stage and keeps collapsing. In this case, the gravitational attraction is so intense the neutrons are literally crushed out of existence. We call the object a "black hole."

As we fall into a black hole, we would fall through its event horizon. However, if we are falling, say, feet first the gravitational "pull" on our feet is stronger than on our head since it is closer to the singularity. This tidal force is sure to rip us to bits long before we actually get to the event horizon.

Laws of physics suggest that black holes would emit particles over time and shrink slowly. This is known as "Hawking radiation", named after Stephen Hawking. For black holes of sufficiently small mass it is possible for one member of an electron-positron pair near the event horizon to fall into the black hole, the other escaping. The resulting radiation carries off energy, in a sense evaporating the black hole. According to Hawking, their temperatures would get higher as they shrank, and may totally evaporate with an enormous burst of energy. Any primordial black holes weighing less than a few thousand million metric tons would have already evaporated, but heavier ones may remain.

This is an extremely startling discovery; classically, no radiation can escape from a black hole, but scientists, using quantum mechanics, have determined that there is steady flux of radiation coming out of the black hole! This outgoing radiation decreases the mass of the black holes, so eventually the black hole will disappear. The temperature goes up as the black hole gets smaller (unlike most things, which cool off as they lose energy), so the black hole will disappear abruptly, in a final flash of radiation.

Further, luckywithladeez postulated in 1994 that any mass falling within the event horizon of a Black-Hole would in fact cross the “Uniform Equipotential Gravitation Barrier.”
And likely be transferred or “swapped” with any equal mass, anywhere in the universe in zero time, thus yielding instantaneous propagation (travel) between any two points in the universe.


rm_lucytart 50F
590 posts
9/1/2005 6:02 am

OK, I looked up polymorphonuclearcytosis and polymorphonuclearcytes... and I STILL don't know what you're talking about.

2. End of summer blues? We're thinking of the cold weather ahead, and more recently, the devastation of the hurricaine season. How can one be happy through all of this?

But I think I have the solution: SEX. With others, of the opposite sex if you prefer. With yourself, if all else fails. But lots, and lots, of sex.

I read recently that men who cum more than 20 times a month are at lower risk for some forms of cancer... See my solution, above.


rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 8:52 am

5 speed now tell me...who doesn't love a ghost sighting? I think you're onto something here. You know, the Enquirer pays big dough for proof of this stuff. And to think...we knew you before you hit the BigTime!

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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9/1/2005 8:53 am

Whoa DT...be still my pounding throbber! My heart too.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 8:54 am

Blonde great to see you! I'm being a good boy. Well, as best I can.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 8:58 am

Ban...close. Was really hoping someone would address the theory rather than the popular, but misguided, Hawking approach. Maybe the Big Bang origin hypothesis as black holes being entities within their own right rather than the easy portal explanation.

As to your question...my eight ball is in the shop. Check back.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 9:00 am

LR...all of our thoughts, hopes, and prayers are extended to everyone in the path of this destruction. Great to have you with us and pleased to see you have power.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 9:03 am

Lucky wasn't really looking for the Webster's definition. Was hoping someone would go in-depth. Maybe address the enzyme differentiation triggering the act and perhaps an explanation as to the lack of antibody triggers. A paper type thingy.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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9/1/2005 9:07 am

Lucky...nailed that puppy!

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 9:16 am

Lucky I'm thinking maybe asking jeeves for this one wasn't the way to go. Google may have served better. Was hoping for an elaboration of the space-time aspects. Who doesn't love a good fiction? BTW...a mention of the FERMI collision experiment and the aspects of time-travel would have fit in nicely too. Since electrons were a focus.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 9:19 am

Lucky...first off...Stevie hasn't been the same since his first Simpson's appearance. Was hoping someone would address the black hole theory as a entity created in the big bang, randomly scattered, and attracting gallaxies. The eventual collapse of the universe in approx another 65 billion years and the relative collision of the final 2 black holes. The Hawking portal theory is too simplistic.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 9:21 am

Lucy if that is true...I stand cancer-free for another 7 lifetimes!

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Theflinkychick 105F

9/1/2005 9:22 am

After reading these comments, my brain itches. Forget about feeding my head, tell me how to scratch my brain, please. I'm not used to REALLY thinking, ya know...

Not all who wander are lost.


rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 11:34 am

Flinky I know the feeling. I get the same thing...let me ask you...is it just me or do your eyes ever stink too?

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/1/2005 1:08 pm

HUNY...let DR. Tall make you feel better.

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luckywithladeez 49M
266 posts
9/1/2005 4:04 pm

Question 1: You asked for a paper "addressing polymorphonuclearcytosis."

Sorry, Tall, you will have to consult the AMA database, a relatively simple thing to do, for symptons and treatment.

Polymorphonuclearcytosis: An increase in the relative percentage of leukocyte (white blood) cells with divided lobes in the blood stream.


luckywithladeez 49M
266 posts
9/1/2005 4:06 pm

Question 3: A comparative analysis into Quantum Particles. Are they truly merely waves of possibility or are they factual space-time occurrence? Inquiring minds need to know.

Tall, don't try and buffalo me on this one. I know Quantum Mechanics, dammit, and my answer stands, it's a friggin' axiom.


luckywithladeez 49M
266 posts
9/1/2005 4:18 pm

Question 4: Another comparative analysis needs to be aimed at the gravitational differences on the surface of a black hole VS the exact center of the structure. Special attention should be given to the actual theory of applied physics under these conditions VS known physics and speculation.

Tall, first off, this question is pretty meaningless. Where you ask for a comparison between the so-called "actual theory of applied physics under these conditions" VS "known physics and speculation" is like asking for a comparison between driving a car and driving an automobile. Think about it.

Consult the Wheeler book from the 70's on this if need be.

Claiming Hawkings doesn't know what he's talking about and proving it is your burdon of proof, not mine. He's (still) the number one authority in the entire world on Black Holes, Worm Holes, and State-Space Physics.

One more thing, most experts on this claim that the difference between infinite gravitation attraction (what any massfull body experiences once inside the Black-Hole's event horizon) and infinite-plus gravitation attraction (what any massfull body experiences once near the Black-Hole's center) is meaningless. What is far more insightful is that it is highly likely that Black-Holes do present pathways to other dimensions. Again, quoting Hawkings, and others.

It has been entertaining discussing these subjects with you.

Carry on TalldarkAvg1 - Superman


rm_CookieLips2 61M

9/1/2005 5:06 pm

Hey TDA, didja notice that Lucky didn't or wouldn't answer #6? Maybe couldn't too! Whew, I learned more today than my head can hold and to tell you the truth I can't sort out the facts from the BS!


bigredeatsbush 51M/50F

9/1/2005 7:57 pm

Mr. Bigred here. Ya Know, I consider myself a pretty bright guy. I even got drunk enough years ago that I designed a perptual energy device. Unfortunately, I couldn't remember anything except I need a malleable superconductor to make it work when I woke up the next day! Anyway, I'm not sure if there is just too much sperm build up here between Lucky and Dr. Tall, or if it's just a testosterone thing. Either way, I'm inclined to side with Flinky and Huny on this one.

Girls - All I can tell you about scratching your brain is never put anything smaller than your elbow in your ear.


SoljerBlu 39M

9/7/2005 1:45 pm

Tall, I went back a week and dug up this blog. You're right, Lucky wussed on the segmented neutrophils. I ain't got time to give you the whole skinny, but you did hit on an intelligent query. The enzyme trigger is usually from the outer cell wall of the bacteria being phagocytized (unless the bacteria are male, in which case they're fagocytized). Antibody type reactions are the job of the MONOnuclear cells, and the damn bugs aren't very susceptible to this. As the wbc count rises faster, the marrow starts spewing out immature forms as blasts. The enzymatic composition of the cell walls of the blasts is more complex, and a theory of mine is that too much of this enzyme creates a kind of faux graft-vs-host rejection (come to think of it, that must be why that big horse dick I sewed on was great for a while.. biggest dick on the block.. until it started stinking and fell off).. anyway, the mature polymorphonuclear cells just start mistaking this crowded soup as a feeding ground and start picking on the little old platelets and rbc's, and sometimes when I throw a stained blood smear on the old Nikon and take a glance, I name the day and damn near the time of the impending demise of said blood donor. I'm pretty sure I can solve this enzymatic cannabalism given a decade or so and a few million bucks.. wanna bankroll this one? Hope you get this blog.. I'll remind you elsewhere to look back for it. Lucky too.


rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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9/12/2005 7:12 am

Lucky...see woodstock below. He nailed it.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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9/12/2005 7:30 am

Lucky...the space time occurance is a bit of a hobby of mine. Was hoping to address the theory.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/12/2005 7:35 am

Lucky...know physics would be the application of the known laws of physics as widely accepted today. The theory is just that...the suspected physics as it would apply to a black hole suspected of being a mass rather than a wormhole.

For example: if a black hole is in fact a unit of mass rather than the portal, then it is reasonable to speculate the closer to the actual center of the mass the slower if not possibly stopping of electron orbits. General physics would fail quite probably within a half light year from the surface. Theory...speculation...this is what discover is made of.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/12/2005 7:37 am

Cookie no one addressed poor Ivan. I figured that one would gather the most response. LOL I love these questions. Not everything is researchable via Google. Especially theory.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
10172 posts
9/12/2005 7:38 am

Mr Red testosterone isn't in play from my side. LOL...even though I may have a 15 year buildup.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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9/12/2005 7:39 am

Wood...well done. This is what I was hoping to see.

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